Attention all new and prospective homeschoolers!
Friday, May 17, 9:00 am – 11:00 am … we have JUST the thing you need:
A relaxed and information-packed, FREE event where you can get a good…
Taste Of Homeschooling!
The Taste of Homeschooling will be held in the Lansing Center, Room 201.
NOTE: You do NOT have to pay anything to come to the Taste of Homeschooling, whether or not you are attending the rest of this year’s INCH Conference. This event is free and open to the public. If you are not registering online for the rest of the conference, the best way to help us make adequate preparations, is to simply sign up on our FaceBook event here! Then come Friday, May 17, 9-11am to Room 201 in the Lansing Center, and we will get you officially checked in at the door. ?
Are you new to homeschooling or maybe still considering the whole idea? Then this seminar is for YOU!
Come hear lots of helpful and practical hints for “Getting Started” homeschooling, both from national speakers Rachael Carman and Israel Wayne, and from our veteran homeschool leaders and homeschool grads who will serve as table hosts. This is the perfect place to ask all your questions and get lots of information, resources, and encouragement for anyone just looking into homeschooling!
NOTE: Taste of Homeschooling attendees will receive a pass allowing them free entrance to shop at the Used Curriculum Sale ($5 value), also taking place Friday at the Lansing Center until 1:00pm. All attendees will also be allowed free entrance to any of our panel discussions/seminars taking place at 1:00pm— panels will be discussing:
1. Homeschooling High School
2. Homeschooling Preschoolers
3. Homeschooling Special Needs Students
4. Homeschooling as a Single or Working Parent
5. Homeschooling and Foster Care/Adoption
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Why Choose Homeschooling?
If you are new to homeschooling, or just considering it, this workshop is for you! Drawing on his family’s 40+ years of homeschooling experience, Israel Wayne will give you solid evidence and Biblical support for your decision to home educate your children.
How I began a journey I didn’t want to take and what I’ve learned along the way
It’s funny now to think back on how critical I was about homeschooling before I began. Now 23 years later with 5 high school graduates and the last two sons in high school still at home, I’m so grateful. I believe in the power of sharing our stories of God’s sovereignty and faithfulness. So I’ll share how I got into this homeschooling thing. And I’ll tell you about some things that God has patiently taught me and I’ve continued on. It’s the little things that make all the difference.
Parking information – Parking in the Lansing Center Lot is recommended… cost is $7/entry. (The Lansing Center lot can be accessed as you’re heading south on Cedar St. or from underneath off Michigan Ave.)